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Journal Article (124)

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Gahr, M.; Sonnenschein, E.; Wickler, W.: Sex difference in the size of the neural song control regions in a dueting songbird with similar song repertoire size of males and females. The Journal of Neuroscience 18 (3), pp. 1124 - 1131 (1998)
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del Negro, C.; Gahr, M.; Leboucher, G.; Kreutzer, M.: The selectivity of sexual responses to song displays: Effects of partial chemical lesion of the HVC in female canaries. Behavioural Brain Research 96 (1-2), pp. 151 - 159 (1997)
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Gahr, M.: How should brain nuclei be delineated? Consequences for developmental mechanisms and for correlations of area size, neuron numbers and functions of brain nuclei. Trends in Neurosciences 20 (2), pp. 58 - 62 (1997)
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Gahr, M.; Metzdorf, R.; Wickler, W.; Aschenbrenner, S.: The ontogeny of the canary HVC revealed by the expression of androgen and estrogen receptors. NeuroReport 8, pp. 311 - 315 (1997)
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Gahr, M.; Wild, J. M.: Localization of androgen receptors mRNA-containing cells in avian respiratory-vocal nuclei: An in situ hybridization study. Journal of Neurobiology 33 (7), pp. 865 - 876 (1997)
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Gahr, M.; Metzdorf, R.: Distribution and dynamics in the expression of androgen and estrogen receptors in vocal control systems of songbirds. Brain Research Bulletin 44 (4), pp. 509 - 517 (1997)
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Gahr, M.; Kosar, M.: Identification, distribution, and developmental changes of a melatonin-binding site in the song control system of the zebra finch. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 367 (2), pp. 308 - 318 (1996)
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Gahr, M.; Garcia-Segura, L. M.: Testosterone-dependent increase of gap-junctions in HVC neurons of adult female canaries. Brain Research 712 (1), pp. 69 - 73 (1996)
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Gahr, M.; Balaban, E.: The development of a species difference in the local distribution of brain estrogen receptive cells. Developmental Brain Research 92 (2), pp. 182 - 189 (1996)
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Gahr, M.: Developmental changes in the distribution of oestrogen receptor mRNA expressing cells in the forebrain of female, male and masculinized female zebra finches. NeuroReport 7, pp. 2469 - 2473 (1996)
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Vallet, E.; Kreutzer, M.; Gahr, M.: Testosterone induces sexual release quality in the song of female canaries. Ethology 102 (4), pp. 617 - 628 (1996)
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Young, L. J.; Godwin, J.; Grammer, M.; Gahr, M.; Crews, D.: Reptilian sex steroid receptors: Amplification, sequence analysis and expression. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 55, pp. 261 - 269 (1995)
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Gahr, M.; Güttinger, H.-R.; Kroodsma, D.: Estrogen receptors in the avian brain: Survey reveals general distribution and forebrain areas unique to songbirds. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 327 (1), pp. 112 - 122 (1993)
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Gahr, M.; Hutchison, J. B.: Behavioral action of estrogen in the male dove brain: Area differences in codistribution of aromatase activity and estrogen receptors are steroid-dependent. Neuroendocrinology 56, pp. 74 - 84 (1992)
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Gahr, M.; Wibbels, T.; Crews, D.: Sites of estrogen uptake in embryonic Trachemys scripta, a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Biology of Reproduction 46 (3), pp. 458 - 463 (1992)
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Seiler, H. W.; Gahr, M.; Goldsmith, A. R.; Güttinger, H.-R.: Prolactin and gonadal steroids during the reproductive cycle of the Bengalese Finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica, Estrildidae), a nonseasonal breeder with biparental care. General and Comparative Endocrinology 88 (1), pp. 83 - 90 (1992)
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Gahr, M.: Delineation of a brain nucleus: Comparisons of cytochemical, hodological, and cytoarchitectural views of the song control nucleus HVC of the adult canary. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 294 (1), pp. 30 - 36 (1990)
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Gahr, M.: Localization of androgen receptors and estrogen receptors in the same cells in the brain of the canary. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 87 (23), pp. 9445 - 9448 (1990)
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Hutchison, J. B.; Schumacher, M.; Steimer, T.; Gahr, M.: Are separable aromatase systems involved in hormonal regulation of the male brain? Journal of Neurobiology 21 (5), pp. 743 - 759 (1990)
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Balthazart, J.; Gahr, M.; van Daele-Surlemmont, C.: Distribution of estrogen receptors in the brain of the Japanese quail: An immunocytochemical study. Brain Research 501 (2), pp. 205 - 214 (1989)
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Gahr, M.; Konishi, M.: Developmental changes in estrogen-sensitive neurons in the forebrain of the zebra finch. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 85 (19), pp. 7380 - 7383 (1988)
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Gahr, M.; Flügge, G.; Güttinger, H.-R.: Immunocytochemical localization of estrogen-binding neurons in the songbird brain. Brain Research 402 (1), pp. 173 - 177 (1987)
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Gahr, M.; Güttinger, H.-R.: Functional aspects of singing in male and female Uraeginthus bengalus (Estrildidae). Ethology 72 (2), pp. 123 - 131 (1986)
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Gahr, M.; Güttinger, H.-R.: Korrelationen zwischen der sexualdimorphen Gehirndifferenzierung und der Verhaltensausprägung bei Prachtfinken (Estrildidae). Journal für Ornithologie 126 (3), p. 310 (1985)

Book Chapter (2)

125.
Book Chapter
Gahr, M.: Motivation und Emotion. In: Lehrbuch Neurowissenschaft, pp. 465 - 486. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart (1996)
126.
Book Chapter
Gahr, M.: Brain structure: Causes and consequences of brain sex. In: The differences between the sexes, pp. 273 - 302 (Eds. Short, R. V.; Balaban, E.). Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge (1994)

Conference Paper (1)

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Conference Paper
Gahr, M.: The role of estrogen in the differentiation of the vocal control system of songbirds. In: Perspectives in Comparative Endocrinology, Vol. 1994, pp. 455 - 463 (Ed. Davey, K. G.). XII International Congress of Comparative Endocrinology, Toronto, May 16, 1993 - May 21, 1993. National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa (1994)
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